Effects of a Honeypot on the Cyber Grand Challenge Final Event
Thompson, Michael F.
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During the Cyber Grand Challenge Final Event, one team included a honeypot within most of their “patched” services, fooling some competitors into abandoning working proofs of vulnerabilities to instead attack the honeypot. However, logic within the patched service appears to have contained a flaw, which led to the service crashing.
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